With his handmade "guit-steel" guitar and deep, country drawl, Junior Brown makes a hell of an impression. Over the course of four decades, Brown has taken his blues-inspired honky tonk across the nation and around the world, thrilling fans of honest and well crafted roots music. In truth, Brown is ... More >>
In honor of the Texas hero's 80th Birthday celebration and legendary 4th of July Picnic, we're celebrating Willie Nelson Week here on DC9 at Night. Check back for interviews, retrospectives and more. Texas's greatest treasure, Willie Nelson, has been popping up in films since 1979, playing everythi ... More >>
Waylon Jennings died of complications from diabetes on February 12, 2002, at his Arizona home. He was only 64 and had not released an album since 1998's prophetically titled Closing in on the Fire, which suggested he could be as viable a performer and songwriter as his outlaw pals Willie Nelson, Kri ... More >>
It's been a good long while since we've had any news about the big-screen version of Dallas; I know, sucks, doesn't it? Well, the issue of Entertainment Weekly arriving at subscribers' doorsteps tomorrow has a short item about the movie, which seems to be moving along at a dead snail's pace. Because ... More >>
In about two hours, Mayor Laura Miller, Dallas Film Commission director Janis Burkland and Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau president and CEO Phillip Jones will gather at City Hall to debut their latest pitch to lure the big-screen version of Dallas. From what I hear, their latest "initiative" pr ... More >>
Hollywood Claims the Sky is Falling. To Which We Say Puh-lease.
There's nothing good about this remake of an awful ol' show.
This Texas Jewboy wants to be the next governor of Texas, and if you think he's kidding, the joke may be on you
Landscapes, from north to south
Chomsky, Brutal Juice and others make the news
Margaret Leng Tan
"Ex-gay" minister Randy Thomas prays to put gays and lesbians on the straight and narrow
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame acknowledges Scotty Moore, the guitarist behind the King
Dragonball Z is the Cartoon Network's top-rated show, thanks to a Fort Worth-based company that's unleashing a controversial American version of this Japanese hit
Broken Arrow doesn't shoot straight